The final step for approval of Paul McKee, Jr’s Northside project was taken earlier this week. St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay signed off on an updated plan for the $8.1 billion project Tuesday, according to a report today by the St. Louis Business Journal.
A small piece of an $8.1 billion plan to redevelop north St. Louis took another step forward today.
Developer Paul McKee is moving forward with part of his controversial development of north St. Louis.
That's despite a ruling from a circuit court judge which is holding back nearly $400 million in tax increment financing (TIF).
Fifth Ward Alderwoman April Ford-Griffin says the project will create a recycling center and clear 21 vacant lots near the new Mississippi River Bridge.
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